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RU.TF! CIAPTER, No,
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Wars for perfect Se3e
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thE sning ~relty am Israc
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beevpec as fr herecord reae ahis
vanred a the hpier vasfa.
Thoe bydo Be.L Coop Ferast
TUiony wir mee ~an-=bg octhr oft
n"'ini.l andl o'cl vg yock, lc ofcs
Therel bogesin of he Manig
churcha Kin, reoSten of h
Aeservicenet raSeda Ren
TheeNa ire arlbor hie ownt
theaod Fre Toncena molt.nerJr
da.,anrid bhy Re goin j. meti ae
mde Warma sh ork ofs Tuildng
eNowlt. l ul etecut
Fir aneir falhe r chibic iny
disordes for anoyingv' nources.fWe
uantage tortewlarte e oey Kd
fo eii.A reset ,and eeie hoed
ineork. e a bade drde. h
W. K~ Bow n, Co. fSmewl
The Woman's "Hom'' an the W
man's "Foreign" M Societi.
of the Methodist cbu vi hold
joint metng on day a rnoo
January 13, the object f whic "shall 1
to explain to the me rs 0 both s
cieties. the Union of t e tw societie
A few mornings o the was
strong smell of cloth b ening Invest
gation oiscovered tb it - in tt
home of Mr. Joe Wells but r. Wel
does not sit down to b over tt
damage. It is inte ng hear hi.
tell of the accident.
There was a rucus Ho e Chap.
near New Zion last T ursda in whic
a number of negroes ere i plicate
and James Brown sh Willi -.se i
both hands, wounding im so erely.
is claimed by Brown t be -hot Ro
Mr. and Mrs. Step en T mas, th
parentsof Mrs. W. in of th*
town. met with a so *ous eat i
Charleston last Mon y a roon b
being thrown out of 'eir tomobil
into a ditch. Both ere b ised bu
not badly hurt.
The ambition to g t-rieb nick ha
been the undoing of y ay ung man
The latest hails from umm tha
is to say, he did live Sum rton, bn
there is no telling r re is now
However. he left be a umber ta
mourn his departure. and wonde
bow they are going 9et e mone:
back this young man' ambi filchei
The sheriff sold at bi wery bt
following tracts of lan A. Lesesnt
vs. Abie Butler,1 to A. L
Lesesne; B. A. JTissu
Charles et. al., 11 to B. A.
Jahrnnn; M. H. Moise s. E. Middle
too. two lots in Pinew - ,to J. A.
Weinberg, attriey- ese were
old unader mortgage.
The1'nking of the Socth[ with the
Wes through the themS Special
is one of the ralrsd move
mows in my year , Wch neans
Much for the city of -lsso and the
Btate as large. We ye lobg hoped
5r this connection now! that we
save it, there will up griess devel
>pments for the indu'ries.
Mr. Julian Clark, Las' Azgeles.
Dlifornia, spent y and Sunday
in Manning visiting ves, and on
he loth he is to Miss "Jack"
Rogers, o Lake City. C. Mr. Clark
wa reared a Lake CI and i few years
ago went West b he has made
Als home. He and Carolina bride
will leave for the ' West" im
nediately after the
A motion was bef4re Judge
Wilson-in Mannin Monday for
Xil for E. M. charged with
neag an accomplice wne aurder of
Bossard, the negro ckman in Sam
er. The moion was withdrawn tem
Moarily in order to re additional
fldavirs. Solcitor represented
besaeand ap- . C. Davis, the
There has been omplaint to the
(agistrate of the of the chain
n guards, Powel White, and
arran have been isued for the
aMrsies. Supervisor eFaddin when he
inada *that these - wereacting
*dly dieharged as he will not
lerao Unanly duct on the part
if those whom he inicharge of
heconviesm. Won that White
s been arrested, tat Bowell has
eft for parts unkno
There will be much 'Improve
neat in anning this . r.W
!. Bown Isto ear mher
ao being onp as and
mild shree st Wein
mrg issmo put up two across
ne street where the es now
tre, and W. P.Leggzisto bc a mod
ro sable othe lotno uedb
daSaf as~ aWarebon of these
aildings aretobe of k.
N1o.L,&acele p spent
iday in anine- as w 'here he
oght adfrom auumi of -viduals
obephhnon so Chai The fel
ow isaamnof niceaddine
genae VOeIAIdresed and of a
mdsy beondmng a 5tentle He
ja trvelled the world b~ear speaks
evealanuaes He clal to be an
igra'ern by as is his
:stom he -made his h
iullesn bordnthe ro le it
a know thathe has anning.
Easls the tramp "Jack "wie
he maPo, t Dy be ~0 Y
am t osntadIgnity of
blad thes days forn to
sy things that come ast rofanity
is they can without crig
.e mghcall t . , 01o
heoears of agentemen know of
aothng more disgustlnt ha a
lecent woman effect of
By perenittine did not
ive any idea what damag
ng us to handle our An that
we are now with the and
aesour friends can y we wil
in abad Ex. H . e fr
sd the handling ofour es. -weare
n need of inD issues of ot
ich, Nov. 9mh, and Dec. Ah. is almost
seoktely necssary for %st ve these
mmbers. sad we appeal~to friends
o lock through the cables y retain
m send us these misinnum comn
lee, promising to keePp ers. law
ers and othe flksfrom - g with
;hefles in the future. .
Tbe colored people c~leb their
retest ofdays here la4M day with
speech making. music, )mnd general
olinm ccin Tnere weretwo bands
isorsing loud and lnsily son One
mfrom Sammy Swzpand eomher
eloged here. A lK crow of well
behaved negroes was bhall day and
they seemed to enjoy'pio
Day ceremonies. The id house
was used for the but e build
in could not hold 'of the
tmr. The orator for e on wa
Dt Anderson,, of Gogewn, and
whoe hadhe ve speak
high termsof th et T who.
ad chargeof the ara~mn deserve
redit for the manner in w 'chi they
mnaged the large crsd, the con
fct of these people des-~es mnmend-1
Dr.A. STodd' m" e arge of
r~he editorial deparsto a of - TIMEs
while THE TIMES r is unching
pinders in Columble d we id beg
te friends of the lo to giv him all
the aid they can tting urm have
he news. We sa is ou custom
write a letter eacke k to -eep our
readers in touch wii t e wor ofthbe
general assembly, a. 'muregf will be
to make our letters tresin as well
as instructive. If desire tomake
suggestions to us Wi, we away if
they will address t Col bia we
shall be pleased to 'er at they
suggest. It is our P se to pesent
the peple and to do .5 whi is for
the beas wesee '-Dr. T dis an
experienced newspaP' :man we can
sincerely congra ourself in being
so fortunate as to secure his a.' .
So THE Tms will not lose any 'ng by
our absence from tbe editorial desk.
Rhesmaern Reievd in 6
DE. DETCumON'S R'AIEFr FO REU
Mrisx usually relie;'es seve t. cases
in a few hours. Its~ation pcon the
system isremarkable and eff ive. It
removes the cause dan' the disease
quickly dsappears- rst d benefits
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Editor The- Mnnin Tim-:
On Wednesday night Dec. -
at the home of herdaughter, Mn
.J. G. Wells, near Summertoi
occurred the death of Mrs. Lav
rence Robert Chewning. Jr.
For some weeks past Mr:
Chewning's health had been ser
ously impaired bya recent illnes:
from the effects of which she wa
unable to rally. by reason of e:
treme weakness. Surrounded b
her large family of devoted an
grief strickenhildrenaud gram
children. the soul of this trul
ood woman took its Iliglht baC
t0 the Bosom of Him wbo sai
Be thou faithful unto death.aii
I will give thee a cro.n of life.
Mrs. Chewning. nee Ragar
the daughter of David Ragan. i
,survived by the following chi.
dren. having been the mother c
D. R. Chewning, of Hendersor
ville. N. C.: Peter Checrning. h
C. Chewning, L. R. Chewning
S. H. Chewning, all of Summei
ton: Mrs. J. G. Wells, of Sun
merton: Mrs. M. R. Rantin. c
Hendersonville, N. C.: Mrs. J. S
Watts and Mrs. R. J. Carragav
The interment was at St. Paul
Methodist Church,at 11:30 o'cloci
on Friday morning.
The family share their grie
with the entire community.
At 3:30 o'clock on the afternooi
of the same day was laid to res
in St. Paul's Methodist Churcil
cemetery the remains of Mis
Martha Eadon, whose death oc
curred on Thursday afternoon
last, at the home of her brother
in-law, Mr J. J. Gr -er, in thi
Davis Station S .in. Mis,
Eadon's end come after a lont
and painful illness, but the new.
of her death was a shock to ht
many friends in and about Sum
She was near four score year
of age, and had lived a thorougbl3
unselfish and useful life. Sh(
was the grandaunt of Messrs. J.
R. and L Y. Eadon, and of Mrs.
A. G. Chewning and Mrs. J. M
Rowe, of Summerton, as well ai
leaving behind to mourn her tak
ing off, a large family connection.
Both services were conducted by
the Rev. Edward S. Jones, oJ
During the next ten days ser
eral families who have bough1
property elsewhere will be en
gaged in moving their families
and effects to their new homes.
Mr. J. M. Woodley, who has par
chased a thousand cleared acre
farm in Georgia, expects to get
away this -week. Mr. Woodley
states that he regrets exceedingly
to leave this neighborhood be
cause he has made money whilE
here, but leaves because he can
not secure a tract -of 1000 acres
in one piece, such as is his ambi
tion to plant. We give him up
with great regret. His place
known as the Rutledge place was
sold at a considerable advance t(
Mr. "Jud" Plowden.
Over on the Benbow place, on
which Mr. Woodley raised some
lne crops this year, is located~
Mr. C. W. Wilson, son of Col.
Thos. Wilson, of Sumter. Mr.
Wilson will superintend the plant
ingof the placein 1911. and every
one wishes him a successful year.
The Plumer Burgess tract
has also changed hands. having
been bought in by Mr. D. W.
Allen, of Troy, N. C. Mr. Allen
is a farmer of some considerable
experience and will be a desir
able addition to our agricultur
ss. He will move into his new
home ilthin a fortnight.
Mr. Ed. B. Felder is engaged
in disposing of remaining prop
rty on his place before leavmng
for Rome, Ga., where he will in
the future make his home. Mr.
Felder's place has been bought
in by Mr. Bunyan Harvin who,
it is understood, will take posses
sion before long.
Mr. C. M. Simmons is also
leaving for Georgia this week~
with his family. Mr. Olin Cosk
rey will immediately instal his
family in the Simmons' home,
whichi place, along with consider
able land about it, he purchased
some time ago.
Mr. Jas. Deas has moved int(
the home of the late Mr. Richard
Felder, and is much more comn
fortably situated in his new plact
The Rev. Mr. W. S. Porter,
former pastor of the local Pres
byterian church, moved his :fam
ily this week to their new home
aTownville. in Anderson county.
Mr. Porter will be greatly missed
by those who had learned to lovE
him for his many excellent traits.
There has been no action takex
as yet, it is stated, by the Pres
byterian church members to se
cre the services of another mini
ister. At a recent election Dr.
Joseph Burgess was chosen Elde:
in the church.
During the next few days Dr.
Burgess will move his famnily
from Seneca, S. C., to the olc
family home here in Summnerton.
Dr. Burgess is running an ex
tensive farm near here, and hope:
to live here permanently. WVe
are glad to welcome him " home
The Christmas holidays hav<
not been allowed by the younl
people of this community to g
by without numerous parties and
entertainments. Among thes<
may be mentioned a dance give
at the home of Mr. R. C. Rich
ardson, Jr.. on Thursday night
Among those present and enjoy
ing the dance were Misses Ada
Tennant, Mildred Jones, Berth:
Davis, Ellen Deas, and Mar:
Briggf. The gentlemen presen
were Messrs. McClary, Baskins
Morris, Ellison Capers, Jr.. Deas
and Clifton Wells.
On the same night at the horn
of Mr. Beaurigard Davis th
younger set enjoyed a party,
w.hich many plaesnt hours wer
venes January 23rd.J ude
VEX GRAUND .JrnORS:
URT )RAWS FOR 1911.
ington. New Zion. R.F.D.
ardson. Jr., Summerton.
. Silver, R. F. D.
t, Summerton, I. F. I).
ons, Turbeville. R. F. D
Davis, Davis Station.
ck, Davis Station.
)w, New Zion. & F. )
inson. Davis Station.
e, ew Zion.
>rbett, Wilson R. &F. D.
.r, New Zion.
ings, Manning. R. F. D.
er, Alcolu. R. F. D.
S.C. Lee. Manning, R. F. D.
I. H. Geddings, Paxville.
J. 0. Lowder. Jordan.
Louis Ardis, Pinewood.
D L Reardon, Workman.
.. E. Rowe, Summerton. R. F. D.
E. B. Andrew, Manning, R. F. D.
R. W. Wheeler, New Zion.
D. 0. Brunson, Davis Station.
Death of a Little Child.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Thames, of Sumter, and "rand-child
of Mr. C. C. Thames, of Silver, died
Sunday morning, Dee- 25th, after an
llness of several weeks with typhoid
fever. Itis but another frarrant flower
plucked from the tender vine of life.
The little body was brought to Silver
&ad laid to rest in the quiet graveyard
at Andrews'ChapeL Rev. F. M. Cannon,
of Chesterfield. conducting the funeral
services. Great sympathy is felt for the
eas-crusbxd parents and relatives.
The little one was given them just long
enough to entwne its sweet httle life
around their hearts. May the God of
love give to them that perfect and ever
abiding grace, and may they go to Him
and may He Ml the vacancy in their
-Sae In te arms of Jesus
Sare on His gentle brest
There by His love o'ershaded:
sweely the soui shan rest.
Hak Vsthe voice of Angel
Borne on the Sea to me
Over the hills of lorY
Over the Jasper ena
bate ia the arms of Jesus
Sate an Eisg enzle breast
There by His love oershaded
swety the soul shall rest.*
F. M. C.
We. the undersigned, a self-constitu
ed committee, hereby issue a special
all to all the colored people of Man
dng and vicinity, to meet at the court
ose at 3 o'clock p. m. on Sunday.Jan
ary 8th, 1911, for religious counsel and
sanning for a better and brighter New
The space within the bar will be re
erved for white people. Colored choir
Joseph Sroti., R. A. White,
W. M. Plwden, A. A. Tindal.
A. C. Bradham, June Walker,
F. C. Thomas, John Dow,
Ld. Ld. McDonald, Charlton DuRant.
laour Roll f Trinity School for Month End
.Isg Dec. 23, 1910.
V Grade-Jack Hodge, 92; Lila Mc
all, 93; Dik ese,)EmKma Hlnson,
92t Louise Rodge, 93: Brownie FEman
VI Grade-Wilhie Young. 95; Sallie
cCall, 94; John Emanuel, 92: Jeff
VII! GradeAlbert Hodge, 92.
A. R. WooDsoN,
Teacher in Grades 3. 6, 7 and 8.
Beginning with Tuesday afternoon,
anuary 10, at four o'clock, the Foreign
Misninary Societyv of the Methodist
hurch will obsery. "Week of Prayer."
Te following program will be carried
ot, and all the ladies of the town are
nvted to attend these services.
Tuesday afternoon, "Looking Out
1. The Field is the World.
2. The King's Business requireth
Wednesday afternoon, "Looking Up
1. Thanksgiving Service.
Thursday afternoon, "Looking For
1. How to interest the Inulividual.
2. Money and the Kingdom.
Parson's Pom a Gent.
From Rer. H. Stubenvoll, Allison, Ia.,
n piaise of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They're such a health necessity,
n every home these pills should be.
f other kinds you've tried in vain,
USE DR. KING'S
nai be well again. Only 25c a: all
I will attend the following ap
>ointments, either in person or by
roxy, to take tax retuans of all per
onal property for this good year.
1911. You make returns of all per.
onal property owned the ?1st day of
Paxville, Cuitis' store, Monday,
Pinewood, Epperson's store, Tues
ay, January 17.
Friendship, C. WV. Brown's store,
Wednesday. January 18.
St. Paul, The D. Levi Levi Co.'s
store, Thursday, January 19.
Summerton, Judge lRichbourg's
ofce, Friday, January 28~.
The Cross Roads, Saturday, Jan.
Earmony, A. R. Chandlers, Mon
day. Feb. 6.
Midway, Eclntosh Bro.'s store.
Feb. Feb. 7.
Sandy Grove. WV. L McFaddin's,
Wednesday, Feb. S.
Douglas Turbeville's store Thurs
ay, Feb. 9.
New Zion, Friday, February 10.
Jordan, Davis' store, Monday. Feb.
St. Mark's, at H. A. Allsbrook's.
1'esday, Feb. 14.
Foreston, Cantey's sto~re, Wednes
day. Feb. 15.
Wilson's Mill, Thursday, Feb. 16.
Alcolu, Friday, Feb. 17.
The time for making returns ex
pires Feb. 20th.
ANDREw P. BuRolcss,
... -County Auditor.
For Lagrippe Coghs and Stuffy Colds.
Take Foley's Honey and Tar. It gives
quick relief and expels the cold from
Iyour system. It contains no opiates, is
passed in playing games and in
Many visitors for the Christ
:nas season are here. and the
streets are continually tilled with
laughing youths and maidens, on
Miss Louise Scarborough. of
the Lynchburg graded school
stff. is here on a visit, as is Miss
Etta and Miss Margie Scarbor
Cadets Counars Gentry and
Ellisou Capers. Jr.. of Clemson
d College, are here spending the
Ihoiidays with their parentL.
MissAdaTennant who is weach
ing sehool near Summerville, is
d among those at hiome.
SMr. W. H. Anderson. who is
buivng cotton for Sprutit in Flor
ence. is here for a weeks holiday.
Messrs. Julian and Orlando
I Scarborough. of Furman Uni
If versity, are with their parents
for the holidays.
Dr. Eugene Tennantof Charles
ton, was snaking hands with his
friends here this week.
Messrs. Murry Fischer.of Lake
City, and Samuel Fischer, of
Greenville. spent Christmas at
the old home.
,!Mr. Samuel Colclough, form
serly in business here, but now
located at Wagner, S. C.. spent
some time recently with his family
Miss Nena Boyd, of Williams
burg county, is visiting at the
home of Mrs. John A. Colclough.
tI Mr. Edward S. Dingle, of the
1 United States District Attorney's
3 office in Charleston, spent ser
eral days at Christmas time at
the home of the Hon. John R.
Summerton, S. C., Dec. 31.1910.
The Editor Manning Times,
Dear Sir: Please publish this
in yourpaper next week. Mr.
Els N. Brunson of Summer
'ton, left on December 31st for
I Newman, Ga., to study telegra
' phy, and his relatives and
Ifriends wishes him much success
in his study, and his appearance
will be missed very much at
home. Yours respectfully,
(Mrs.) Lucille Simpson.
Look For 'be Be ive
on the package when you buy Foley's
Honey and Tar for coughs and colds.
None genuine without the Bee Hive.
Remember the name, Foley's Honey
and Tar sad reject any substitute. W.
F Brown &Co.
Henry W. Savage's Great Merry Widow.
The management of the Columbia
Theatre has arranged with Mr. Henry
W. Savare to reproduce at the Co
lumbia Theatre on Jan. 12th the Merry
Widow, the most beautiful, charming
and piquant love story ever told upon
Seats will coon sale Monday, Jan. 9.
Mail orders filled in order received.
Prices at night 50, 75, $1.00,8$1.50,8$2.00.
Prices at matinee 25,.50, 75, 1.00, $1.50.
IMany a Manning Hiousehold Will
Find Them So.
To have the pains and aches of a bad
back removed; to be entirely free from
annoying, dangerous urinary disorders
is enough to make any kidney sufferer
grateful. To tell how this great change
can be brought about will prove com
forting words to hundreds of Manning
S. C. Brown, 12 Canal St., Sumter, S.
C., says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills
and they did me more good than all the
other remedies I had previously tried.
I suffered severely from a lame back
and some days was not able to work. It
was hard for me to stoop or lift, I could
not rest well and no position I assumed
was comfortable. In the morning upon
arising, my back was so lame that I
could hardly get about. The kidney
secretions also contained sediment and
were too frequent in passage. I finally
procured Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me. I have not had a lame back
since and the secretions do not annoy
me. I am in good health at present and
give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole afrent~s for the United States.
IRemember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
The Licensed Druggist.
-Sells Everything in
DRUGS and MEDICINES
4 O ACL
For Sale-Several plantations ft
100 to 2.500 acre tracts. Tern- et
For particu'ars aply to L. H. Mvi
St. Stephens. S. C.
For Sale-One second hand Mar
'afe. four oak desks and a lot of p
office boxes. Apply at the post-of
For Sale-Three nice buildin ion
a desirable section on West Bound
street known as some of the J.
Bradham lots. Anply to Chas.
Pickerinz. Bloomvile. S. C.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by W<
ford's Sanitarv Lotion. Never fa
Sold by W. E. Irown & Co., Drugai:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI!
CAnty of Clarendon.
CoURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy Summons for Relief.
Bruce W. DesChamps, Plaintiff,
C. D. Des-hamps, R. S. DesChamps,
M. DesChamps. Ida Elliott, Henry
Green. Hennie D. Brailsford, Gr
L Brigrgs, Lalia Brig--s. Bessie D
Champs. Louis T. DeslChamp, Myr
DesChamnps, Mu. Caro DebCham
NMarshall DesChamps.Iva DesCham
C. Alphouso DesCbamps,H. J. Hari
A. D. Harby, J. M. Harby and Hor,
Harbv, as Trustees under the Will
Horace Harhy. deceaed, Estella D
Levi, Mitcheill Levi and Ferdina
Levi. Co-partners as Levi Brothe
To The Above Named Defendant:
You are bereby Summoned and i
quired to answer the complaint in d
action, of which a copy is herewi
served upon you, and to serve a copy
your answer to the said complaint
the subscribers, at their office, 120-1
North Main Street, in the City of Su
ter, S. C.. within twenty days after t
service hereof: exclusive of the day
such service; and if you fail to answ
the complaint within the time afor
said, the plaintiff in this action will a
ply to the Court for the relief demand
in the' complaint.
Dated November 19th. A. D. 1910.
LEE & MoIsE,
To the Defendant, J. M. DesChamps:
Take notice that the Summons ai
Complaint in the above styled acti
were filed in the office of the Clerk
said Court on the 14th day of Decembe
1910. and that plaintiff makes no pc
sonal demand against you.
LEE & MOISE,
STATE OF SOUTH GAROLIN
Cunty of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Summons for Relief.
Hugh A. Richbourg, Plaintiff,
Alice Chewning, Sallie Senn, Ma
Felder, Fannie Ragin, Ella L
Master and William Shuford, D
To the above named Defendants:
You are bereby summoned and r
q ired to answer the complaint
is action, of which a copy is her
with served upon yori. and to serve
copy of your answer to the said cor
plaint on the subscribers at the
office, in the town of Mannin
South Carolina, within twenty da;
after the service hereof: exclusive
the day of. such service; and if y<
fail to answer the complaint with
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
this action will apply to tbe Court f<
the relief demanded in the complain
To the defendant William Shuford:
You will take notice that the So,
mons and Complaint in the above e
titled action has been filed in tl
office of the Clerk of Court for Cia
endon County this 14th day of ID
cember A. D. 1910.
Dated December 14th A. D. 1910.
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